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Arpeggiator function
Adjusting the length of the arpeggiated
notes
• Press the control surface ARP switch and turn knob
1 to adjust the duration of the arpeggiated notes.
Rotating the knob toward the left will shorten the
duration of the notes, and rotating it toward the
right will lengthen the duration of the notes. At the
center position (12 o'clock), the note length will be
as specified by the program parameter: Gate (Prog
P7: ARP/DT– ARP Setup page).
Note: The knob setting is saved when you write each
program.
Note: You can also switch the control surface to
RealTime Control A-mode and adjust knob 4 (EG
RELEASE) to adjust the length of the arpeggiated
notes.
Changing the dynamics of the arpeggiated
notes
• Press the control surface ARP switch and turn knob
2 to adjust the dynamics of the arpeggiated notes.
Turning the knob toward the left will make the
notes softer, and turning it toward the right will
make the notes stronger. When the knob is in the
center position (12 o'clock), the value of the pro-
gram parameter Velocity (Prog P7: ARP/DT– Arp
Setup page) will be used.
Note: The state of the knob is saved when you write
the program.
Note: You can switch the control surface to RealTime
Control A-mode and adjust knob 1 (LPF CUTOFF),
knob 2 (RESONANCE/HPF), and knob 3 (EG-
INTENSITY) to achieve the same effect.
Changing the length of the arpeggio pattern
• Press the control surface ARP switch and turn knob
3 to adjust the length of the arpeggio pattern.
Turning the knob toward the left will shorten the
pattern, and turning it toward the right will
lengthen the pattern. When the knob is in the center
position (12 o'clock), the value of the program
parameter Length (Global P6: Arpeggio Pattern–
Setup page) will be used.
This adjustment is available only if you've selected
a user arpeggio pattern U0000(INT)–
U1027(USER). If the arpeggio pattern is one of the
preset arpeggio patterns P0–P4, turning the knob
will not change the length.
Note: The state of the knob is saved when you write
the program.
Changing the octave range of the arpeggiat-
ed notes
• Press the control surface ARP switch, and turn
knob 4 to change the range of octaves in which the
arpeggiator will generate notes.
Turning the knob toward the left will narrow the
range, and turning it toward the right will broaden
the range. When the knob is in the center position
(12 o'clock), the value of the program parameter
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Octave (Prog P7: ARP/DT– Arp Setup page) will be
used.
Note: Depending on the program that's selected,
operating knob 4 may not produce any effect.
Note: The knob setting is saved when you write each
program.
Settings in the display
• In Prog P0: Play, press the ARP tab.
Selecting an arpeggio pattern
An arpeggio pattern can be selected from preset
arpeggio patterns P0–P4 and user arpeggio patterns
U0000(INT)–U1027(USER). The factory settings
U0000(INT)–U0899(INT), U0900(USER)–U1027(USER)
contain a wide variety of preloaded user arpeggio
patterns.
• Choose Pat (Pattern Select), and use the VALUE
slider, VALUE dial, qu switches, and popup
menu to select an arpeggio pattern.
User arpeggio patterns can also be selected by using
the numeric keys 0–9 to input the pattern number
and then pressing the ENTER switch.
P0: UP
UP
P1: DOWN
DOWN
P2: ALT1
ALT1

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